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Assassin's Creed 3 - Join or Die Edition (PS3)
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Platform: PlayStation 3
The Join or Die Edition includes the following:
- Assassin’s Creed III video game
- The medallion of the Assassins with its high-quality curd ladle and leather pouch
- George Washington's notebook revealing all the truth & secrets about the Assassins and the Templars during the American Revolution.
- 1 in-game Single Player Mission: Ghost of War - The tide of the Revolution turns into the Templars favor. Defeat your enemies and unlock The Pontiac’s War Club, a powerful Native American weapon.
- 1 in-game Multiplayer Package: The Sharpshooter package - Unleash the Sharpshooter fury in multiplayer with 1 new character, the Sharpshooter, 1 Relic, 1 Emblem, 1 special Picture and the Title of "The Jester".
The American Colonies, 1775. A brave young warrior fights to save his homeland. But what begins as a struggle over territory turns into an extraordinary journey that will transform him into a Master Assassin - and will forever change the destiny of a nation. You are Connor, warrior son of a Native American mother and British father. As the colonies draw closer to revolution, you will dedicate your life to the freedom of your clan - becoming the spark that ignites the revolution into full blaze. Your crusade will take you through blood-soaked battlefields to crowded city streets, to perilous wilderness and beyond. You will not only witness history - you will make it. Set against the backdrop of one of the bloodiest Revolutions in world history, prepare to be drawn back into the centuries old battle between the Assassin’s Order and their sworn enemy, the Templars. Unleash lethal new skills and experience a stunningly realistic world created by Anvil Next, a new engine that redefines gaming.
Welcome to an entirely new chapter in the Assassin’s Creed saga.
- A NEW MASTER ASSASSIN - As Connor, a Native American Assassin, use your predatory instincts to stalk your enemies and eviscerate them with a new arsenal of weapons including tomahawks, rope darts, firearms, and more.
- IGNITE THE FIRES OF REVOLUTION - From Lexington to Bunker Hill, become America’s first highly trained Master Assassin. Bear witness to the real conspiracy behind the American Revolution between the Assassin’s Order and the Templar menace alongside historical icons including George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and many more.
- EXPLORE A BRAVE NEW WORLD - Pursue your enemies through massive environments - from bustling city streets to blood-soaked battlefields and into the far reaches of the American frontier.
- STUNNING NEW ENGINE - Introducing Anvil Next, our new engine designed for Assassin’s Creed III. Revolutionary physics, animations, and weather systems deliver unprecedented realism, while a new combat system delivers more intense, gut-wrenching battles than ever before.
- INTENSE MULTIPLAYER - The acclaimed multiplayer system returns with a host of refinements, including all-new characters, maps and modes designed to deliver the most compelling Assassins multiplayer experience yet.
- PS3 Version Includes Benedict Arnold DLC- The morale of the Patriot Troops is at an all-time low and to make matters worse George Washington has caught wind of a plot via the Culper Ring to expose the vital fort at West Point, threatening to utterly deflate his army and with it his chances of succeeding in the revolution. With no one left he can trust Washington looks to the one man he knows can quietly uncover and foil the scheme, Connor. Experience the betrayal that made the name Benedict Arnold synonymous with turncoat for hundreds of years to come. Note: Benedict Arnold DLC code must be redeemed by March 31, 2013.
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Join or Die Edition: What comes with this? In the box you get a medallion in a pouch, Washington's diary, an extra mission which is a side mission really, and some small multiplayer features, and a costume. None of them are vital to game and in all honesty i'm not sure why i bought this special edition. The diary is mildly interesting, and give some backstory to certain characters and Washington's life with some artwork. The medallion is...well it's a medallion not much to do with it really. Decoration? Anyway...
- The game isn't polished. This will be fixed in patches, but when I buy new game I expect it to be done! I experienced frame rate drops, graphics and resolution glitches, bugs in the environment and cutscenes where the character's won't be in sync with sound or their mouths won't move when they talk. Some of these aren't major but they're noticeable and take me out of the game a little.
- The story. Upon a first play through, I rushed through it rather fast, and it doesn't live up to previous AC stories. Some parts needed more explanation other final boss fights where underwhelming. Some missions, especially chase ones are extremely hard to get 100% sync on, which you need to unlock a costume and are more frustrating than fun. The worst part was definitely the ending. Massive disappointment. I think the story could have been longer and wrapped up some little loose ends or given up more choice- it was quite linear. You saw the epic trailers? You get to do none of that. The big battle sequences don't give you the freedom to approach how you like, you just sneak about the back, unlike how the trailer demonstrated.Read more ›
You start off in good old England, or London to be precise, as Haytham Kenway and you are to attend a theatre play called the Beggar's Opera (which is a political comedy) in order to assassinate a friend.
You will play as this character for 3 full chapters and they can be some of the most soul destroying, will draining, slow chapters ... and yet they are in a way better than what follows. At the end of the first run though of chapter 3 you will get a trophy and you will understand the title of this review.
When you hit chapter 4 you finally meet Connor - first as a child, then in his teens, and then his twenties (though he does not age well - I thought he'd jumped to 40-something but everyone still refers to him as "boy").
From then on you have to put up with Connor, and Connor makes Desmond look like the most interesting character you've met - until you remember Ezio and then wonder why they couldn't have given Connor a personality. Connor has no emotionality to him at all (most of the time he comes over quite sulky) - whether that was deliberate or just bad voice acting by Noah Watts. Every line is delivered as if the actor was bored. I really did miss Roger Craig Smith's talent.
With animation of any sort you need the characterisation to come through the voice acting in order to make a connection with the characters, and in this case it failed for me.
I love the Assassin's Creed games and I was really looking forward to this one - it was one of the few games of 2012 that I bothered to pre-order - and yet ...Read more ›
I saw some people weren't pleased with the collectors edition of the game. I don't know about them but everytime someone comes into my room and they see my Collectors edition display or my game library(proud!) and they look at this big ass coin they are blown away! I also enjoyed reading the diary of Washington.
The game itself is good, it was some twists I didn't see, the ending is once again rought. We know they will milk the franchise, we know they will release another game, but come on explain somethings.
I would recommend it to people who want to check this new Assassin instead of Ezio the Assassin we loved and we miss.
No wonder they made the trailers look so good to lure us in. Don't waste your time and money on this one.
Ezio was a rebel against the templars because his family has been killed by them. I would say that Connor is rather boring as a character and nothing draws the gamer's attention to this guy.
Also, after the Holy Land and the renaissance Italy, the place they picked is America? Seriously?!? They could have gone to France, or China, or Egypt or so many beautiful places and make it a marvellous game. I really don't know what led them there.
Definitely better graphics, not awesome whatsoever, but there are things that are utterly annoying. 1.RIDICULOUS 5 hour tutorial in the beginning! Makes no sense. 2.Side missions are sooooo boring.
They say they prepare a sequel for that game, but PLEASE Ubisoft don't make that mistake again. So many people disappointed by Ubisoft for AC3, while the previous titles where great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One other inspiring chapter in the series. highly recommended.Published 10 months ago by Guilherme Coelho
As a huge fan of the Creed series, I was very disappointed in this entry in the main canon. If you like AC, play all the others except the first before venturing here.Published 20 months ago by Long_Hair